TWI247295B - Reproducing method and apparatus for interactive mode using markup documents - Google Patents

Reproducing method and apparatus for interactive mode using markup documents Download PDF

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TWI247295B
TWI247295B TW092103485A TW92103485A TWI247295B TW I247295 B TWI247295 B TW I247295B TW 092103485 A TW092103485 A TW 092103485A TW 92103485 A TW92103485 A TW 92103485A TW I247295 B TWI247295 B TW I247295B
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A reproducing method and apparatus for interactive mode using markup documents are provided. The method for reproducing AV data in interactive mode comprises a presentation engine for reproducing a markup document is divided into and defined as a start state, a reproduction state, a pause state, and a stop state. In the reproduction state, the presentation engine performs a loading step for interpreting a markup document and loading the markup documents on a screen; an interacting step for performing interaction between the markup document loaded on the screen with a user; and a finishing step for finishing the markup document loaded on the screen. By the method, when AV data are reproduced in the interactive mode, compatibility of display is provided.

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- MODIFICATION 1247295 TERMINAL 92i〇j^ V. OBJECT DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION (1) FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to _ 别 别 - ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; The regenerative sound/shadow prior art will interact with the digital versatile disc (in the fresh (10) _ CD player, the data is available; 〇 = has been sold on the market. The interactive DVD is a record = material D: D. Recorded in The A-side's image on the interactive DVD, in which the data is played in the normal way: the way, the other, the interactive mode, which is played by the playback window defined by the language file....mm The iAV data selected by the user is played in the playback window of the device. The main markup language file β ^ ° " Extensible Markup Language (xml) is steep and sharp, and the g AV data is a movie. On the play window of the moving picture; and various additional information, the script and the actor's photo are played on the other screens of the adjacent screen of the screen and the generalized image rights or text files. In addition, the play mark 2: death. Additional information package ratio For example, if the user presses to prepare for the c interaction mode.
, Released "A short actor of the actor in the moving image being reproduced. 0 Sightseeing 2 Using the translated landcast ^ Recording ☆ Interactive marking on the DVD page 8 1247295 Case No. 92i 〇 3M_5 q Month g 曰 工V. Invention Description (2) Marking file viewing software. The main browser includes software explorer (Microsoft Explorer) and Netscape leader (Netscape)
Navigator). However, because of the different interpretation and playback of the recording files by these browsing devices, the playback contents of these browsers may be different from each other when the same interactive DVD is reproduced in the interactive mode. That is, there is no playback compatibility between these browsers. In addition, when the browser performs the operation of reproducing the markup file (interpreting and playing the markup file), the user suspends the operation. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a method and apparatus for controlling the regeneration process of a tag file when AV data is reproduced in an interactive mode using a tag file. The present invention also provides a method of interpreting and playing a markup file when the AV material is in the mode of using the markup file to provide play compatibility. 〃 < s Remark According to one of the aspects of the present invention, there is provided a method of generating sound/image (AV) data including sound data and/or image data in an interactive mode, the method comprising the following steps: Translating a tag file and loading the tag file on a screen; performing an interaction between the tag file loaded on the screen and the user, and completing the tag file loaded on the screen Before the step of loading, the method further comprises: reading and extracting the target file to. It is hidden. After the completion step, the method further includes: deleting the markup file in the memory. i the party ^ _, the loading ^ includes: (a) interpretation of the markup file page 9 l 〇 905pifl.ptc 1247295 case number 92103485 ^ ^ year September g day _ correction ___ five, invention description (3 And generating a file tree; and (C) analyzing the documented file according to the generated file tree. In the method, the reading step further comprises: reading and extracting a style sheet of the mark file to the memory. In the method, the loading step includes: (a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; (b) interpreting the style sheet and applying the style sheet to the file tree; (c1) according to the application The file tree of the style sheet generates a rule structure; and (c 2 ) analyzes the mark according to the generated specification structure: Item 0 is stored in the AV asset record of the node type generating root record The reading data includes the use of the display at one of the nodes of the method, and the Ar/c of one of the roots of the reading and the one of the readings. That is, the completion node of the message loading and deciphering is set to store the rule point, and the step of reading the cycle unit of the data storage unit is stepped into the step, and the other medium stores the rule of one of the file nodes, and one Processing instructions, rules 1J. According to one aspect, a device comprising a sound data and/or a video resource on a regenerative body in an interactive mode includes: a reading unit that reads data on the invited media; and a cache memory, which temporarily marks the file And a display engine that does not mark the file, the markup file that the file lifecycle reads and loads the file in an interactive step of executing the markup file loaded on the screen, and completing the markup File ^ Ϊί: Before the step 'The display engine performs a reading step to read the memory of the child cache, 邬公《" Preparation a & ^ ^ All text and meta-annotation with a file
l〇9〇5Pifl*ptC 1247295 (\〇λ^ 9 fighting year 丨月丨3日j^r τ --^^^92103485---------_______ (4) ~" The display engine performs the deletion of the markup file abandonment step originally retained in the cache memory, which is part of the file life cycle. In the read violet, in the loading step, the engine exhibits the following: ( a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; and (c) analyzing the markup file according to the generated read file tree. In the read device, wherein the display engine reads and retrieves one of the markup file style sheets To the memory; and performing the loading step according to the following steps: (a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; (b) interpreting the style sheet and applying the style sheet to the file tree; ) according to the application of the style sheet
The file tree produces a specification structure; and (c2) analyzes the mark file based on the generated specification structure. In the reading device, the display engine generates one node rule according to one of the nodes, one of the node nodes is set to one of the file nodes, one rule of all text and component generation nodes, and one processing instruction, one annotation and one file type. To generate the file tree. According to another aspect of the present invention, an apparatus for reproducing AV data including sound data and/or image data on an information recording medium in an interactive mode is provided, the apparatus comprising: a reading unit, which reads Taking and extracting data recorded on the information storage medium; a cache memory, ^ temporary storage of a mark file and a style sheet read by the reading unit; and a display engine, including: - mark file An analyzer that interprets the markup file and produces a file tree, a style sheet parser that interprets the style sheet and produces a style rule/selector list, a thread code interpreter, and an interpreter package
Included in the secret 5 file, the thread code, a file object model (DO Μ) ^ 4» 2S $, which is based on the lack of Λ η
10905pifl.ptc page 11 five 'invention description (5) tree and the style rule / selector table column, and - the parser, which applies the file tree and the style rule sub-specification structure to analyze the target structure, And according to the generated device in the device, the tag file analyzer is set as one of the file nodes according to the root point, and the hall has one of the points, and the node is generated by the month and the old article and the component ^, A geographic instruction, an annotation and a file type peak-point-rule to generate the file tree. X-class i is generated - in the device 'the engine includes - the markup if the markup file is completed, such as dig, the controller, and the birth " load " event to $ - Γ, In order to use the private file, the controller controller generates the -Λ 行 行 行 code interpreter. The markup file step control file display|to the executor code interpreter to complete the mark is to make the above-mentioned features of the present invention easy to understand, and the features and advantages of the following special clips can be more clearly explained as follows: A preferred embodiment is described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, and the detailed implementation is as follows: Π Λ Λ , , , , , 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动 互动Here, the markup file/original code is written in any script language or java language: Also, f, and the shore language needed for the markup language written in SZ or XML: Play as AV data is reproduced in interactive mode - Reborn, silly, and chained to and embedded in the markup file~ , animation files and sound files can be called "marks
J247295 Case No. 9210<u^ Li, Ming Ming Wishing Milk Figure 2 is a schematic diagram of the storage space of the interactive 1) 1第 of Figure 1. Referring to FIG. 2, the storage space of the interactive DVD1 includes: a control information area for recording capacity and file control information; a DVD_image data area for recording video data of the control information; and recording in an interactive mode J) vj) - Interactive data area for the information necessary to regenerate AV data. In the DVD-image data area, the VIDEO-TS· IFO including the reproduction control information of all the video films and the VTS-01-IF IF0 with the reproduction control information of the first video film are recorded first, and then the AV forming the video film is recorded. The data of VTS-01-01 V.B, VTS-01-1.V0B .... VTS—01一〇·V0B , VTS— 01 1.V0B... is an image film, that is, an image object (vide〇 〇bject, V0B). Each V0B includes a V0BU that is compressed with a navigation kit (navigati〇n pack), a video kit and a sound kit. This structure is disclosed in more detail in the DVD-Video Specification ''DVD-Video for Read Only Memory Disc 1.0'. DVD_ENAV. IF0 with all interactive information for reproduction control information; initial file STARTUP·XML; tag file file a, XML; and pattern slot a. PNG recorded with the tag source inserted into A·XML recorded on DVD-interactive negative Material area. Other tag files and tag source files having various formats inserted in the tag file are also recorded. Figure 3 shows the directory structure of the interactive DVD. Referring to Fig. 3, the DVD video directory VIDEO-TS and the DVD interactive directory DVD-ENAV system with interactive data are prepared in the root directory. VIDE0__TS. IF〇, IF0, VTS-01 01-O.VOB, VTS-01 01-1.V0B ... are stored in VIDEO-TS as explained in Figure 2. References are stored on the DVD — ENAV.
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Figure 4 is a representation of a reproduction system in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
#考第4图' Regeneration system, including interactive DVD1 00, reproduction device 200, τν3〇〇 of the playback device according to the present embodiment, and remote controller 400. The remote control 400 receives a control command output by the user and transmits the command to the reproducing device 200. The Reproduction Stand 2 has a DVD disc that can read the poor materials recorded on the interactive DVD100. If the DVD 1 is placed in the DVD player and the user selects the interactive mode, the reproducing device reproduces the required 0 data in the interactive mode by using the target 5 file associated with the interactive mode, and the reproduced AV data is reproduced. Send to the TV3〇〇. The scene of the re-AV data is played on the TV3 with the marked scene of the standard file. "Interactive mode" means that the AV material is played in the form of an AV scene in a playback mode defined by the markup file, that is, a playback mode in which the AV scene is embedded in the markup scene and played. Here, the AV scene is a scene played on the playback device when the data is reproduced, and the marked scene is a scene played on the playback device when the marker file is analyzed. However, the "image mode," represents the DVD 曰-image reproduction method of Xi =, in which only the AV scene obtained when the material is reproduced is played. In the present embodiment, the reproducing apparatus 2 supports the interactive mode and the image mode. In addition, the regenerative device can transmit or receive data after being connected to the network, such as the Internet. Figure 5 is a functional block diagram of a reproducing apparatus 2 in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention. Referring to Fig. 5, the reproducing apparatus 200 includes a reading unit 1, a buffer memory 2' cache memory 3, a controller 5, a decoder 4, and a display engine.
1247295 Case No. 92103485 q Noon of the year of the month of the month of the third day of the article _ five, invention description (8). The reading unit 1 has an optical pickup (not shown) which irradiates laser light onto the DVD 100 to read data. The reading unit 1 controls the optical pickup head based on a control signal output from the controller 5, so that the reading unit 1 reads the AV material and the signature file from the DVD 100. The buffer memory 2 buffers the AV data. The cache memory 3 is used to temporarily store the reproduction control information sfl slot and/or mark file recorded on the DVD 100 to control AV data reproduction, or other required information. In response to the user selection, the controller 5 controls the reading unit 1, displays the engine 6, and the decoder 4 and the mixer 7 cause the AV material recorded on the DVD 100 to be reproduced in the image mode or the interactive mode. Interpret the display engine 6 system for part of controller 5 to interpret and execute markup language and terminal interpreter languages such as JavaScript and Java. In addition, the display engine 6 may further include various plug-in functions. The plug-in feature allows the tag source file to be opened in a variety of formats including or linked to the tag file. That is, the presentation engine 6 plays the role of a tag file viewer. Also, in the present embodiment, the show engine 6 can be connected to the network and read and retrieve the predetermined data. > In the interactive mode, the presentation engine 6 retrieves the standard A file stored in the cache memory 3, interprets the file and performs interpretation. The mixer 7 mixes the Av data stream with the interpreted mark file so that the AV data stream can be played back: in the window, the tank scene is entered in the mark =. Then, the combiner 7 outputs the mixed scene to the TV3. The stream definition of the reproduction (ie, interpretation and playback) bar file according to the present invention: (1) the start of the reproduction start operation 1247295 No. 92103485 V. Invention description (9) Face 2 performs the reproduction state of the mark file; (3) pauses reproduction m piece = stop state; "And (4) stops the reproduction of the mark file; Sheng Guangwen operates according to the defined state. r state of the L-line initialization operation: in (2 () = [state, on behalf of the display engine 6 (4) in the stop state of the display engine 6 in the state of the heart, (3) pause state and by the remote control 4 0 The user who generates 0 is the user input and the lack of the finished product, the ▲, and the execution and the code written in the far-sighted document are determined. The court will explain in detail below. According to the present invention, the display of the markup in the regenerative state shows that the markup file m = the life cycle of the cattle and the ^^^^^^^. file, the life cycle of the file includes ······················ The file reading step, the read mark file is read and loaded in the firefly On # Ά 罄 & Γ, loading step, execute the § Μ Μ 上 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 与 Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ Μ The abandonment step of the deletion of the markup file in the memory layer 3. ',, and Fig. 6 is an example of the display engine of Fig. 5. Referring to Fig. 6 'the display engine 6 includes a markup file step private note file analyzer 62, The style sheet parser 63, the thread code solution 64' file object model (D0M) logic unit 65, the layout specifier/analyzer 66 and the user interface controller 67. ° The markup file parser 62 interprets Mark the file ^Product ^File tree. The rules for producing the file tree are as follows. First, the root node of all nodes is set as the file node. Second, all the characters and components generate nodes. Third, the processing refers to the person, the annotation and the file type generate a node. Fig. 7 is an example of a markup file. Fig. 8 is a sound map of a file tree generated according to the markup file of Fig. 7. Therefore, 'the same markup file according to the present invention can produce a phase difference.
10905pifl.ptc Page 16 Amendment 1247295 Case No. 92103485 q Year of the Zheng Dynasty September M a V. Description of the Invention (10) The user interface controller 67 receives user input through the remote controller 400 and sends it to the file object model logic. Unit 65 and/or layout specification maker/analyzer 66. That is, in accordance with the present invention, user interface controller 67 generates user events. The style sheet analyzer 63 analyzes the style sheet (styie - sheet) and generates a style rule/selector list. The style sheet allows the form of the markup file to be freely set. In this embodiment, the syntax and form of the style sheet are in accordance with the concatenation style sheet (css) processing model of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The executor interpreter 64 interprets the execution code included in the tag file. Using file object model logic unit 65, the markup file can become a program object or can be changed. That is, the file tree and style rules/selector list can be changed based on the interaction with the execution code interpreter 64 or the user interface controller 67. The layout specification maker/analyzer 66 applies the style specification, the k-type benefit list to the file tree, and generates the corresponding form according to the file format output by the application (for example, the form is a printed page or a sound). The specification structure or the specification structure is changed according to the use of the user interface controller 67. Although this specification structure looks like a file ί: uses virtual components and does not need to have a tree structure. Also, Bellow may have more or less information than the document tree. For example, j; == has the attribute value of "N/A" value "play", this component does not have any value of 3,, and. Because the present essay, the analyzer/analyzer 66 outputs the file shape according to the generated specification structure of the layout specification ------ 71
L〇905pifl.ptc page 17 rational model, can be explained in detail by psychology; pay: _ 1247295 92103485_ί ★ year q 曰μ η five, invention description (11) formula (also known as the target medium) to analyze the markup file, and The result is output to the mixer 7. For this analysis, the layout specification maker/analyzer 66 can have a decompressor for translating and outputting images or sounds. In this manner, the layout specification device/analyzer h decodes the link to the tag source of the tag file and the tag is sourced to the mixer 7. The markup file step controller 61 controls the steps so that the markup file translation can be performed in accordance with the file life cycle described above. Similarly, if the analysis of the file is not marked, the tag file step controller 6 generates "loads" to the thread code interpreter 64, and to complete the display of the tag file, an "unload" event is generated to the Execution code interpreter ^. Figure 9 is an example of the remote control. Referring to Figure 9, a set of digital key spinning ~ the top of the surface before the controller 40 0. h = sub = 40 series arranged in the remote TV300 The center of the finger on the screen is arranged with a direction key 44 to be played downward; the direction key 42 of the finger is used, and the index indicator is directed to the right direction key 45. The left direction key 43; and the center. 'And the input key 41 is located at the bottom of the front surface of the direction keys, row 47. When the regeneration/pause key 47 has the stop button 46 and the regeneration/pause button 47, it can be alternately selected. The regenerative touch type is such that when the push button is used in the interactive mode, the user σ f can be paused. According to the present invention, the key 47 is displayed by using the display button β and the stop button 46 is pressed. Regeneration/Pause (4) shows the reproduction process of the document. The figure defines these states and this is strong. The relationship between each state and these states can be referred to Figure 10, Μ - the relationship between the two hearts to reproduce the markup file. The state can be divided into: (1) start shape 10905pi fl.ptc page 18? 7 years? Revision 曰 1247295 Case No. 92103485 V. Invention description (12) state; (2) regeneration state; (3) pause state and (4) stop state. In the initial state, if DVD100 is placed in the regenerative device 2, display 6 Perform initial operations, such as reading and capturing disc information or loading the file system to the cache memory 3. The start state is completed in the replay and is not detected by the user. If the initial operation is completed, the exhibition, The state of transition 6 is shown to the regenerative state. In the (2) regenerative state, the markup file designated as the start file is shown. If the user presses the pause button 47 on the pusher 400, the state transition of the display engine 6 is displayed. To pause: (3) The reproduction of the pause marker file represents the playback of the marker source on the marker scene and the reproduction of the marker source on the marker scene. For example, the shutter is embedded in the marker. Within the scene and while playing, at In the temporary state, the flashing action will stop. If the user again resets the I regeneration/pause button 47, the state of the display engine 6 transitions to the regeneration state, and the regeneration of the Guiyu file starts again. The reproduction of the source of the mark played on the marked scene starts again from the portion where the mark source is stopped. When the reproduction/pause key 47 is pressed, the state of the display engine 6 is alternated between the two pause states. However, if the user presses the stop button 46 in the pause state or regeneration = ^, the state of the display engine 6 transitions to the stop state in which the reproduction of the flag file is completely stopped. In the (4) stop state, the reproduction of the marker source played on the pole scene is completely stopped. Therefore, if 7"1 is used again, press the regeneration/pause button 47, and the regeneration starts again from the first part of the marker source.
10905pi fl.ptc at (1) start state; (2) regeneration state; (3) pause state disk (4) stop state display engine 6 operation by user input/by remote controller 400 The event and the execution written in the tag file:
The graph can be changed by changing the user event and the operation of the display engine 6 written in the state of the markup file. Figure 11 shows the file life cycle 苐11 in the reproduction state of the 1Q diagram. The file life cycle includes the reading step, the loading step ^, the interactive step, the completion step and the abandonment step. According to the present invention, all tag files experience the file life cycle. However, some tags can experience the file life cycle of the abandonment step immediately following the read step. T The file T stored in the cache memory 3 and deleted in the undisplayed (playback) T is related to this cycle. Similarly, there may be a file lifecycle in which the load step is executed again after the step is completed. An example of a tag file that has been completed is related to this cycle. #Read step ends in the tag file (and style sheet) by the cache memory 3 a be taken in the operation. That is, the source of the associated tag file is generated on the memory (〇 η -me mo ry) item 〇 the loading step includes interpreting the tag file and displaying the tag file on the playback screen. That is, the "Load " representative tag file in the loading step is loaded on the screen. The interpretation tag file represents the execution check program; the syntax, the correct syntax check, and the check whether there is a syntax error file = type definition (document type definition, DTD) checks that if there are no errors, a file tree is generated. Similarly, the interpretation includes interpreting operations that are independent of the markup file or the style sheet included in the markup file. The operation includes checking whether the XML components are properly arranged. That is, 'whether it checks whether the label of the xml component is based on 'the law'
10905pifl.ptc Page 20 1247295 Case No. 92i〇34g^ V - Invention Description (14) -- Tested. A detailed explanation of the grammar check can be found in the χΜί standard. With the information about the file rules of the markup file, the file mark, π is set to the attribute information of the tag, and indicates how to set the value suitable for the message. In the DTD check operation, the syntax error of the markup file is found by the attribute broadcast DTD. According to the present invention, the application to the file tree generation operation is as described above. Further, the loading step of the simplification S includes interpreting the markup file and the generating operation, and analyzing the markup file according to the generated file tree. More specifically, in the loading step, the file tree is generated by interpreting the = part of the 'style rule/selector table column by interpreting the style sheet and generating the style rule/selector table column. Applied to the tree, the specification structure is generated according to the type of the table to be applied, and the pieces are analyzed according to the specification structure. In the interpretation step of the text, tb, for example, the content of the file may be changed by the user when the button of the screen file is scrolled or the screen is scrolled or the interaction between the decoder 4 and the display engine 6 is incorrect, or borrowed. Press the button on the remote controller 40 to control the reproduction of the markup file.戎In the interactive step, the markup file displayed on the screen receives the load event from the ;ρ ίίΚΐΐΐΓ1...screen playback from: before the cow? When the model logic unit 65 sends it to the thread event user i埶^, after the file element model logic unit 65 is provided in the thread code interpreter 64, the decision is 2 reaction, and the engine is determined. ...should be 1111 tf.h'lfT view pool gamma 1 £ 岍ιΓΕΓΜΡνίΡνιι.· · ............. ' ___ _____ Page 21 l〇9〇5pi fl.ptc correction
1247295 Case No. 92103485? Moon people? B. Description of the Invention (15) The event is within the presentation engine 6, which is reacted and processed within the presentation engine 6 to perform the intended operation. For example, when any one of the execution of the bear regeneration/pause button 47 and the stop button 46 of the execution regeneration device is pressed, the components that navigate to the marker file, such as the direction keys 42 to 45, are related to the operation of the input button 41. this. If the user does not want to respond to the event, the user can use the function event.preventDefaultO provided by ffC3. Detailed information is described in the Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 Events
Specification version 1.0. The completion step represents the presentation of the completed markup file, and the markup remains in the cache memory 3. The markup file in which the display has been completed in the discarding step is deleted from the flash memory 3. (4) In the abandonment step, delete the information. According to the above structure, the regeneration method according to the present invention will now be explained. 12A to 12D are flowcharts showing steps performed by a method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. Referring to the 12th Affi, if there is a step 1201 in the regenerative device 2', the regenerative device activates the display engine 6 to set the STARTUP.m as an output file. According to the user input event generated when the button is pressed, 誃, the input state. In step 1 2 0 3, if the order θ y, 》, 疋 is currently in the shape A; in the step 1 2 04, if the current ̄ 0 gt; heart is stuck in the step 1 2 0 5, if the current shape /&quot ; a state, then perform β; reference _ map, if the 'form is large, then execute C.
L〇905pifl.ptc Page 22 1 20 6 , the display engine 6 will be activated = 疋 regeneration state (A), in the steps -................... ................ Out of file STARTUP. XML Interpretation j247295 Case No. 921034^ V. Invention Description (16) and played on the screen 'Receive user events from user input And executing a thread related to the user event, the thread is written or linked to the tag file. If the user requests a pause, i.e., in step 1207, the user presses the pause button, and in step i 2 〇 8, the state transitions to the temporary state. In the pause state, the source of the mark played on the screen is stopped, reproduced, and the delta time device for interpreting the mark file and the solution in the display engine 6 is also stopped. In the pause state, only the regeneration key 47 and the stop key "key, such as the pause key, are received. Even if other operations are pressed. If the user needs a temporary engine, it will not be executed in relation to the key. In the stop state, ίί=0Λ, the state transitions to the stop-like mark source regeneration, completely stop the player event on the screen. Fan Wang stops the timer and does not receive any reference to Figure 12C. In the case of the temporary Weisheng Guangsheng button 47 or the stop button 46, in the step, 'If the user presses the button again, the user event. ...: If: use the relevant 'If in step 1212, the user presses, also in 1213, the state transitions to regeneration. The raw key 47, in the step 6 of the regenerative pause from the regenerative pause portion, displays the regeneration, and the marker source event is recorded from the timer stop portion. If the user requests to stop and retake: and receives all the usages, the user presses the stop button 46 steps = '$ in the step to the stop state, in the stop state U2 5, the state transitions the user event. ', engine 6 does not receive any such page 23, page 10905pifl.ptc 1247295 case number 921 like scratch _ correction 曰 five, invention description (17) reference to the 12D picture, in the stop state (c) shows that the engine 6 will be even after the stop It is still necessary to carry out the steps in the non-volatile memory (not shown in Figure 1). Figure 13 is a step of performing the preferred embodiment according to the present invention. In the regenerative method, the display engine 6 of the reproducing device 20 is in step 2 from step 2 (in the loading step, in step 2, the tag file is taken and the file tree is generated. In step 13〇3, if the markup flag is not generated and the file tree is not generated; in step 13〇4, the :圯 file is invalidated in step 1 303, if the continuation of the 圮文侔^ the exception handling procedure is executed. The piece is valid and can be normally produced. In step 1 305, the component of the file is marked: ^ raw file tree, analysis. However, when f performs analysis, all = normalization and registration are registered in the mast The legal version of the mouth suppresses the β / 1 type of event processor
= and. I have been obsessed with the code to solve the Ze 64. The event processing boundary is combined with the S registration event. If the markup file is analyzed and θ / w疋 is not produced in step 1 3 0 6 , mix the crying 7 mixed human # /, ,, related AV data, the AV data string, and output the result, and solve the horse related Is the tag file loaded on the screen and interactive? In the event of an 'input' event to the thread code interpreter 64, the user is loaded with the file. In step 1308, the relevant tag file is requested to be stopped. Solution: 1 3 In 09, the display of the bow 丨 6 6 generation " take out " event to the 仃 仃 解 解 解 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 In the case, 疋成目 displays the private record file and prepares the display of the next mark file. In 'In step 1311, the completed mark file is deleted from the cache entry 3. ^The above may have a mark file Give up steps
(1311) immediately after the reading step (13〇1). According to the invention as described above, AV data is reproduced to provide playback compatibility. In the interactive mode, although the present invention has been disclosed above in a preferred embodiment to limit the present invention, any skilled person skilled in the art is not limited to the scope of the invention. As defined in the appended patent application scope, the invention is protected by the invention.
1247295 Case No. 92103485_September G Day __ Brief Description of Drawings Figure 1 is a schematic diagram of an interactive DVD recorded with AV data; Figure 2 is a schematic diagram of storage capacity in the interactive DVD of Figure 1. Figure 3 4 is a schematic diagram of a reproduction system according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 5 is a functional block diagram of a reproduction apparatus according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention; An example of the display engine of Fig. 5; Fig. 7 is an example of a markup file; Fig. 8 is a schematic diagram of a file tree generated according to the markup file of Fig. 7; Fig. 9 is an example of a remote controller; A graph showing the relationship between the states of the display engine and these states. The relationship between these states and these states is defined to reproduce the markup file; Fig. 11 shows the file lifecycle diagram in the reproduction state of Fig. 10; the 12A~1 2D diagram is preferably according to one of the present inventions. A flowchart of the steps performed by the regeneration method of the embodiment; and FIG. 13 is a flow chart of the steps performed by the regeneration method according to another preferred embodiment of the present invention. Schematic indication:
10905pi fl.ptc Page 26 1247295 Case No. 92103485_%July/3 曰__ Schematic description 1: Reading unit 2: Buffer memory 3: Cache memory 4: Decoder 5: Controller 6: Presentation Engine 7: Mixer 61: Tag File Step Controller 6 2: Tag File Analyzer 6 3: Style Sheet Analyzer 64: Thread Code Interpreter 65: File Object Model (DOM) Logic Unit 6 6: Layout Specifications Maker/parser
67 : User interface controller 1 00 : Interactive DVD 200: Regeneration device 300: TV 4 0 0 : Remote control
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1247295 Case No. 92103485_September/i 曰 Amendment _ VI. Patent Application Area 1. A method for reproducing sound/image (AV) data including sound data and/or image data in an interactive mode, the method comprising the following Step: interpreting a markup file and loading the markup file on a screen; performing interaction between the markup file loaded on the screen and a user; and completing the markup file loaded on the honor screen . 2. The method of claim 1, further comprising: reading and extracting the tag file to a memory before the loading step. 3. The method of claim 2, after the completing step, further comprising: deleting the mark file in the memory. 4. The method of claim 3, wherein the loading step comprises: (a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; and (c) analyzing the markup file based on the generated file tree . 5. The method of claim 3, wherein the reading step further comprises: reading and extracting a style sheet of the mark file to the memory; and the loading step comprises: (a) solving Translating the markup file and generating a file tree; (b) interpreting the style sheet and applying the style sheet to the file tree; (c1) generating a specification knot according to the file tree to which the style sheet is applied
10905pifl.ptc Page 28 1247295 Case No. 92103485_C^September G曰 Amendment _ 6. Application for patent scope; and (c 2) Analyze the mark file according to the specification structure produced. 6. The method of claim 4, wherein in step (a), the file tree is generated according to one of the root nodes of one of the nodes is set as a file node rule, and all characters and components generate nodes. A rule, and a processing instruction, an annotation and a file type generate a rule of one node. 7. The method of claim 4, wherein the loading step further comprises: ? (d) generating a "loading" event. 8. The method of claim 7, wherein the completion step is performed if a π fetch " event is generated at the interactive step. 9. A device for reproducing AV data including sound data and/or image data recorded on a information storage medium in an interactive mode, the device comprising: a reading unit for reading and capturing records in the information storage Data on the media; a cache memory that temporarily stores one of the tag files read by the reading unit; and a display engine that displays the tag file according to a file life cycle, the file life cycle including interpreting the file Reading the mark file read by the unit and loading the file on one of the screen interpretation steps, performing an interaction step of the tag file loaded on the screen with the interaction between the user, and completing the step One of the demonstrations of the markup file completes the steps. 10. The device as claimed in claim 9 further includes:
10905pi fl.ptc Page 29 1247295 Case No. 92103485_September/J-day amendment _ 6. Patent application scope - a buffer memory that buffers the AV data; a decoder whose decoding is buffered in the buffer memory And the AV data; and a mixer that mixes the AV data decoded by the decoder with the markup file interpreted by the display engine, and outputs the mixed result. 1 1. The device of claim 10, wherein before the loading step, the display engine performs a reading step of reading and capturing the mark file to the cache memory, which is Part of the life cycle of the document. 1 2. The device of claim 11, wherein after the completing step, the display engine performs a deletion step of deleting the one of the mark files originally retained in the cache memory, which is the file Part of the life cycle. 1. The apparatus of claim 12, wherein in the loading step, the engine exhibits the following: (a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; and (c) The resulting file tree analyzes the tag file. 1 . The device of claim 12, wherein the display engine further performs reading and capturing a style sheet of the mark file to the memory; and performing the loading step according to the following steps: a) interpreting the markup file and generating a file tree; (b) interpreting the style sheet and applying the style sheet to the file tree; (c1) generating a specification structure according to the file tree to which the style sheet is applied; as well as
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(c2) Analyze the file according to the specification structure generated. 15. The apparatus of claim 13, wherein the display engine is based on a rule that one of the nodes of the node is set as a file defect, a rule of all characters and component generation nodes, and a processing instruction The :^ annotation generates a node-by-node rule # with a file type to generate the file tree. The device of claim 14, wherein in the loading step, the display engine is further operative to generate an event. 17. The apparatus of claim 14, wherein if the "extract" event is generated at the interactive step, the engine does not execute the boat.
18. A device for reproducing AV data including sound data and/or image data recorded on an information storage medium in an interactive mode, the device comprising: < a unit for reading and capturing records Information on the information storage medium; a cache memory that temporarily stores one of the markup files and a style sheet read by the reading unit; and a display engine, including: a markup file analyzer that interprets the memory Marking the file and generating a file tree; σ a style sheet parser that interprets the style sheet and produces a style rule/selector list; ', a thread code interpreter whose interpretation is included in the markup file One of the thread codes;
1247295 Amendment to the 曰----Judges No. QWnw called, the scope of application for the patent scope, the Object Document Model (D0M) logic unit, which changes the file tree and the style rules according to the interaction of the execution of the ., , and the stencil / selection list column; and a layout normalizer/analyzer that applies the file tree and the two 71 ί/selector tables to the file tree, generating a specification structure according to the application and based on the generated The specification file is analyzed and the mark file is 0 2 · The device described in claim 18, wherein the mark file is based on: one of the nodes is set to one of the file nodes, then 'there is The text and component generation node rules, and a processing instruction, an annotation and a file type generate a node rule to generate the file tree. _ 2 〇 如 如 凊 凊 凊 凊 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , A "loading" event to the thread code interpreter. 2 1 · The device of claim 9, wherein the tag = part of the step controller generates a, fetch, event Executing a code interpreter to complete the display of the tag file. 22 'The device of claim 8, wherein the device further includes: a buffer memory that buffers the AV data; a decoder that decodes the buffer The AV data in the memory of the mother; and a mixer that mixes the AV data decoded by the decoder with the display
Page 32 1247295 Case No. 92103485_? Month μ Day Correction _ VI. Patent Application Scope The engine interprets the markup file and outputs the mixed result. 2 3. A method for reproducing AV data in an interactive mode, comprising the steps of: a display engine operating according to a predetermined state, wherein one of the operation states for reproducing a markup file is divided into a start state, A regenerative state, a pause state and a stop state. 24. The method of claim 23, wherein in the regenerative state, the display engine executes: interpreting the tag file read by the reading unit and loading the file on a screen An interpreting step of performing an interaction step of the tag file loaded on the screen with the user and completing one of the tag files loaded on the screen. 2 5. The method of claim 24, further comprising: reading and extracting the mark file to a memory before the loading step. 2 6. The method of claim 25, after the completing step, further comprising: deleting the mark file in the memory. The method of claim 23, wherein the display engine suspends the regeneration in the suspended state. The method of claim 27, wherein in the suspended state, the regeneration is stopped by a marking source executed in the display engine, and one of the timers in the display engine is also stopped. And only one event of a regenerative key and a stop key is selectively received from the user event.
10905pifl.ptc Page 33 1247295 Case No. 92103485_% September/"Day Revision_6. Patent Application No. 2 9. The method of claim 2, wherein in the stop state, execution is performed The regeneration of the tag source in the display engine is stopped, and a timer in the display engine is also stopped, and the information required to store the tag file and which must be retained after the stop is stored.
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